California lawmakers approved an emergency bill to extend the state’s eviction moratorium until June 30th. This is the fourth time the state has extended the moratorium, and now, those who are struggling to pay their rent get the chance to stay in their homes for another three months.
The federal eviction moratorium expired on Saturday putting in jeopardy millions of Americans who are behind on their rent. This has worried many who believe this also applies to California. But Governor Gavin Newsom extended the moratorium through September and also landlords can apply to recoup back rent. Congress allocated $45 billion, only $3 billion […]
With many commercial property tenants continuing to struggle with the economic impacts of COVID-19, Palm Springs City Council unanimously voted to extend the City’s eviction moratorium for commercial tenancies to April 28, 2021. To receive this rent deferral, the commercial tenant must be unable to pay all or a portion of their rent due to […]
Governor Gavin Newsom put in place a ban on all evictions for people affected by COVID-19, but on May 31’st, that ban will expire. Maria galvez who lives at a mobile home park has been living paycheck to paycheck. Since the pandemic Galvez has temporarily lost her job and those checks have stopped coming. Now […]
PALM SPRINGS-As COVID-19 impacts businesses around the world, Coachella Valley residents feel the impact financially. Christopher Kennedy is an interior designer who runs Christopher Kennedy Inc. in Palm Springs and says the virus has effected his own company. “In the interior design world we’re usually on-boarding summer remodels and summer projects because clients want things […]
During a visit to Los Angeles to get updates on anti-coronavirus efforts, Gov. Gavin Newsom Friday announced the signing of an executive order barring eviction of renters affected by the virus. Newsom had earlier authorized local jurisdictions to take such actions, but his order now codifies the renter protection statewide. During a news conference at […]
Follow us on Facebook
Submit your suggestions and questions